Events: 3 New Ways to Connect with Fox Haven Online
We promised we had exciting news to share, so here it is…
Over the next couple of weeks, we’ll be hosting donation-based online classes!
These online sessions are dedicated to helping us all pull through the challenges we are facing due to the unprecedented Coronavirus.
If you have any feedback on what you would like to learn about in regards to foraging, herbalism or mindfulness—send us an email and let us know!
View the classes below and sign up to let us know you are coming!
Spring Yoga Wind-Down (Online)
Saturday, March 28th
Honor the passage into Spring with time well spent practicing kundalini yoga followed by a relaxing sound meditation featuring live music by The Oh My Starlings. No prior yoga experience needed, just an open mind and a willing heart.
Intro to the Human Respiratory System + Herbal Support (Online)
Wednesday, April 1st
Did you miss the first Fundamentals of Herbalism Class on Respiratory Health? Join us for a mini webinar version to learn about the anatomy and physiology of our respiratory system and some herbs that are used to address everything from the flu to asthma. We’ll talk about simple ways you can improve your respiratory health, bolster your body’s defenses against respiratory infections and address the symptoms and physiological processes that come with allergies and illness.
Introduction to Ethical Foraging (Online)
Wednesday, April 8th
Foraging has become a rather popular topic and activity lately. It brings us great joy to know that more people are spending time outdoors, interacting with nature, perhaps even teaching their kids where our food and medicine comes from. The process of identification, harvest, and preparation of wild edibles and medicinals brings us closer to our immediate ecosystem and strengthens our sense of food security and wellness.
But it is a practice ripe for abuse. Lack of education and destructive, overzealous behavior can be potentially dangerous to the individual and devastating to an environment. However, keeping just a few things in mind and following some best practices, foraging can be a fun and rewarding experience without harming the environment or one’s self.
Join us on Wednesday, April 8th from 4-5:30 pm for an educational webinar that will leave you feeling more confident and ready to forage.
*If you are planning to attend an upcoming event, please register so that we have an idea of how many people to expect. Thank you!